Immortality….. Mankind has been searching for it for thousands of years. Yet, as far as is known publicly, no one has ever found it.
But, like most things people think they “know” today, they would be wrong about this too. There are a small number who have, down through the ages, discovered this secret. However, when you think about it, would you REALLY want to share this knowledge with just anyone? Would you want it known that YOU were an immortal? I think not.
There have been stories down through history of immortals. Even the Bible hinted that one of the Apostles might become immortal, and there is a rumor that the soldier whose spear was used to pieced the side of Jesus became immortal and still wanders the earth today. But is such a thing even possible?
Science will tell you that the human body should be able to last over a thousand years. But it usually doesn’t. How many people do you know who are that old?
There are also stories that some of the monks in Tibet live to be 400 years old or more. Can this be true, or are they just telling stories to get attention? What I am going to reveal in my latest podcast is the surprising information that immortality is true, there are a few immortals walking among us today totally unnoticed, and that you can join their ranks if you really want to.
It is not a hard or easy process, and there are several ways to attain this goal. I cover 3 methods to attain this and another method that will prolong your life for a much shorter period.
People disregard the records in the Bible that say the patriarchs lived very long lives, but most are not aware that Egyptian king records show incredible lifespans and the lifespans get longer the further back you go.
So, find out what the Pharoah’s and high priests of ancient Egypt knew. In fact, one of their practices is so simple that anyone can do it with a little discipline and once you overcome the fear factor.
You can listen to this exciting podcast in our Mind Mechanix series by going to our program page at Talkshoe, where you can either listen to it right there or download it to your device for later playing.
In closing, like Spock, I not only send you Thanksgiving greetings, but I wish for you to “live long and prosper.”